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ACT Remuneration Tribunal

The ACT Remuneration Tribunal is an independent statutory tribunal with responsibility for setting the remuneration, allowances and entitlements for various public officials in the ACT.

It was established by the Remuneration Tribunal Act img-icn-extlink 1995 on 21 December 1995.
The Tribunal is independent of the Government, and its determinations cannot be disallowed by the Legislative Assembly.

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In accordance with the Remuneration Tribunal Act 1995, the Remuneration Tribunal has commenced its annual review of the remuneration and allowances to be paid and other entitlements to be granted to:

  • ACT Supreme Court Judicial members including the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, the President of the Court of Appeal, The Master of the Supreme Court, Supreme Court Judges and Visiting Judges;
  • ACT Magistrates Court Judicial members;
  • The Director of Public Prosecutions;
  • ACT Civil Administrative Tribunal members;
  • part-time Holders of Public Office, referred to in Section 10(1) of the Remuneration Tribunal Act 1995; and
  • any other positions that have been referred to the Tribunal for consideration.

The Tribunal welcomes written submissions about the remuneration, allowances and other entitlements to be paid to the above office holders from interested persons including occupants of positions, organisations, associations and members of the public.

Submissions should be forwarded by email to: (preferred means of receipt) or by post to:

The Chair

ACT Remuneration Tribunal

PO Box 964


The closing date for submissions is Friday 18 September 2015.

Note: submissions to the Remuneration Tribunal are made publicly available through the Tribunal's website Anyone making a submission has the opportunity to indicate that a submission should not be publicised. 


Determinations made by the Tribunal are published on the Determinations page.

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